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[collection]Menhirs of Er Grah - Menhirs of Er Grah
Download free music. Concerts in the Live Music Archive are available for download and streaming in formats including flac, mp3, and ogg vorbis.
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[audio]Menhirs Of Er Grah live online concert on Vombat Radio - Menhirs Of Er Grah
www.myspace.com/ergrah www.menhirsofergrah.bandcamp.com www.thomaspetercarter.tumblr.com www.vombatradio.com - Vombat Radio live online concerts Menhirs of Er Grah is a singer from London. His music is an emotional and intensely personal collection of journal entries, odes to nature, and bitter-sweet love songs. The bandname is a reference to the Broken Menhir of Er Grah; a standing stone erected in the Neolithic era that has since fallen down...
Keywords: Menhirs Of Er Grah; acoustic; rock; soul; jazz; blues; folk; live concert; online concert; vombat radio; www.vombatradio.com
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[audio]Menhirs of Er Grah - Live at The Bridgehouse II, London, 28/05/09 - Menhirs of Er Grah
Live set from Menhirs of Er Grah at the legendary Bridgehouse II venue in London on 28/05/09. Recording quality is poor. Find Menhirs of Er Grah on Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/ergrah
Keywords: Menhirs of Er Grah; live; live music; folk; singer; guitar; vocal; the bridgehouse 2; london; 28/05/09; thomas carter; tom carter; thomas peter carter; songs; music; performance; concert
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[audio]Menhirs of Er Grah - Live at St Leonard’s Festival 2010 (ca394) - Menhirs of Er Grah
Playing songs from all 3 of his studio albums, Thom Carter takes the stage with his guitar and harmonica in the guise of his folk alter-ego, Menhirs of Er Grah. Recorded live at the St Leonardâs Festival, 17th July 2010. All songs written and performed by Thom Carter. Distributed by Clinical Archives. For studio albums by Menhirs of Er Grah, please visit menhirsofergrah.bandcamp.com ----- Contact: Menhirs of Er Grah: http://www.myspace.com/ergrah Thom Carter: http://www.thomcarter.co.uk
Keywords: acoustic; folk; live; rock
Downloads: 17,122
[audio]Menhirs of Er Grah - Live in London (ca334) - Menhirs of Er Grah
A short set from Menhirs of Er Grah live at London's Bull and Gate venue. Includes 3 new unreleased songs as well as tracks from his studio albums. Recorded live at the Bull and Gate, London, 3rd October 2009. Design and Photography by Karolina Urbaniak. All songs written by Thom Carter. Distributed by Clinical Archives. Copyright Verlaine Records 2009. *** Contact: http://www.myspace.com/marchrosetta http://thomcarter.tumblr.com
Keywords: folk; rock; acoustic
Downloads: 31,313
[audio]Menhirs of Er Grah – Live on Vombat Radio (ca281) - Menhirs of Er Grah
Recorded live in London for Vombat Radio, 11/06/2009. Artwork by Aiste. All songs written and performed by Tom Carter. Words and Music copyright Verlaine Records 2009. Distributed by Clinical Archives. Contact: www.myspace.com/ergrah www.myspace.com/marchrosetta thomaspetercarter.tumblr.com --- Vombat Radio www.vombatradio.com
Keywords: folk; rock; acoustic; other
Downloads: 37,669
[audio]Menhirs of Er Grah – Different World (ca201) - Menhirs of Er Grah
Menhirs of Er Grah (Tom Carter) is a folk band named after some prehistoric standing-stones in France. The album was made in 7 days – a day to write and record each of the songs from scratch, and then a day to mix and master them all. Voice and guitar parts were recorded simultaneously into the same mic, and then a second guitar part was recorded as another track on-top. Tom Carter lives in London, and has released a number of lo-fi/electronica albums under the anagram of March Rosetta...
Keywords: acoustic; folk; alt-country; love songs
Downloads: 54,370
[audio]Different World - Menhirs of Er Grah
Menhirs of Er Grah (Tom Carter) is a folk band named after some prehistoric standing-stones in France. The album was made in 7 days – a day to write and record each of the songs from scratch, and then a day to mix and master them all. Voice and guitar parts were recorded simultaneously into the same mic, and then a second guitar part was recorded as another track on-top. Tom Carter lives in London, and has released a number of lo-fi/electronica albums under the anagram of March Rosetta.
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